Will Farish talked about Mineshaft, who was behind him at Lane's End Farm, which Farish owns. The Thoroughbred breeding farm encompasses about 2,000 acres in Woodford County, and it leases another thousand acres, known as the Oak Tree Division.
Will Farish talked about Mineshaft, who was behind him at Lane's End Farm, which Farish owns. The Thoroughbred breeding farm encompasses about 2,000 acres in Woodford County, and it leases another thousand acres, known as the Oak Tree Division. Herald-Leader
Will Farish talked about Mineshaft, who was behind him at Lane's End Farm, which Farish owns. The Thoroughbred breeding farm encompasses about 2,000 acres in Woodford County, and it leases another thousand acres, known as the Oak Tree Division. Herald-Leader

At Lane's End, who's more important, the stallion or the mare?

November 25, 2012 12:00 AM

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